There is a childish freedom of sitting in 4 inches of water. Kiddie pools have a nostalgia of aloof parents and excited friends eager to sit in rusty hose water. The imprint of those memories have toys and objects, designed to (or not designed to) float in luke-warm water waiting to be rescued.
This month VAE welcomes spring with a show of work that floats on water and in the air. We asked artists to create work that rests in fluid transitions. Work that requires the viewers’ transitions. Work that floats on the surface, between substances, and in space. And boy did they deliver. Come see FLOAT. It's joyous.
The FLOAT exhibition is dedicated to Sarah Powers, because.